Selecting a WSDL document in the service registry: imc3Added by IBM on November 23, 2010 | Version 1 (Original)
|Use classification filters and properties to select a WSDL file from the WebSphere® Service Registry and Repository. The WSDL file will be used to create the feed.
Use classification filters and properties to select a WSDL file from the WebSphere® Service Registry and Repository. The WSDL file will be used to create the feed.
Before you begin
- WebSphere Service Registry and Repository, versions 6.3 and 7.0 are supported.
- The WSDL document must be viewable in the query results. The administrator for the WebSphere Service Registry and Repository can hide a WSDL document from query results by setting the value of the custom property hideFromMashupCenter to true. The property name is case-sensitive.
About this task
The query results show the WSDL documents in the service registry. The right pane, under Filters
, lists the root classifications and number of WSDL documents that belong to each root classification.
Search WSDL documents by selecting classification filters and by entering property values:
- View the details for any WSDL document by hovering the mouse over the document row and selecting View Details. Details include base URL, classifications, version, and so on.
- Click View WSDL to see the XML code for the WSDL document.
- To select a filter, click a classification.
The WSDL documents that belong to the classification and any subclasses are displayed in the query results.
- Click additional classifications to add more filters to narrow your search.
- To delete a classification, click the Delete icon next to the filter name.
- In the right pane under Property, enter a property name and value. (For example version and 1.0), and then click Add.
The WSDL documents that contain the value for the property are displayed in the query results.
In the WSDL Details pop-up window, some of the default property names and values are changed for readability. For example, the property "lastModifiedBy" might be changed to "Last Modified By" or the creationTimestamp value 1263366815125 might be converted to "Tuesday, March 9, 2010 2:33:00 PM". Custom properties, however, are not modified in the Details pop-up window. You can filter by the original property name.
When you filter by property and value, the property name or value must be an exact match of the original property name or value. In the filter, property names and values are case-sensitive. Spaces are not allowed in property names.
Values can include the asterisk (*) wildcard character. For example, you can specify IBM.*
to match any value starting with IBM
- Add additional properties and values to narrow your search.
- To delete a property, click the Delete icon next to the property and value pair.
- Use classification filters and properties together to narrow your search or click Clear All Filters to return to the original display.
- Select a WSDL document and click Next.
Parent topic: Creating a feed from a web service: imc3